Westminster

The Archdiocese of Westminster has 215 churches (as of 2013). The cathedral is in Victoria, London and is dedicated to the Precious Blood. The Diocese of Westminster was founded on 29 September 1850. The diocese covers the Greater London boroughs north of the Thames and west of Waltham Forest and Newham, plus the districts of Staines and Sunbury-on-Thames, and the county of Hertfordshire.

Bethnal Green – St Casimir (Lithuanian Church)

A small brick church built for the Lithuanian community in the East End in the simple Romanesque style which the... Read More

Bishop’s Stortford – St Joseph and the English Martyrs

A handsome Italianate church built in 1906 for the Redemptorist order, along with a monastery incorporating Windhill... Read More

Borehamwood – St Teresa of the Child Jesus

A design of the early 1960s by the F. X. Velarde Partnership, displaying characteristics typical of that practice, and... Read More

Borehamwood North – St John Fisher and St Thomas More

A large church of the 1950s, built on a traditional longitudinal plan, serving the post-war expansion of Borehamwood... Read More

Bow – Holy Name and Our Lady of the Sacred Heart

A late nineteenth-century Gothic Revival church, restored in the 1950s after bomb damage. It retains a few of the... Read More

Bow – Our Lady and St Catherine of Siena

A plain Gothic Revival church built for the Dominican Sisters by Gilbert Blount. The church was later extended by the... Read More

Boxmoor – St Mary and St Joseph

A modest church with a domestic external appearance, originally dating from 1898 and extended several times since.... Read More

Brentford – St John the Evangelist

A brick-built, mid-Victorian church, constructed on a small budget yet a building of great charm and some architectural... Read More

Brook Green – Holy Trinity

An impressive early Victorian Gothic Revival church which shows the assured hand of its architect. It has much notable... Read More

Bunhill Row – St Joseph

A small chapel in the basement of a former school of 1901. The church is the successor to a school-chapel of c.1850.... Read More

Buntingford – St Richard of Chichester

A Gothic Revival flint and stone church built in 1914-15 from designs by Arthur Young, and financed in part by the... Read More

Burnt Oak – The Annunciation

The church is part of a complex built in the 1920s to serve the new Watling Estate. The picturesque exterior with its... Read More

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